What is there to say about beautifully filled and rolled bread that hasn't already been said?
Shall I wax poetic about the gorgeously thin, almost transparent lofty layers of bread, enrobed in sweet walnut paste?
Shall I go on and on about the delicate crumb or the toothsome texture?
Shall I admire its ability to both satiate and provide warm-your-soul comfort with just one bite?
Or shall I just leave it at: this is delicous.
De. Lish. Us. (<---click there for the recipe)
Blog-checking lines: The Daring Baker’s October 2011 challenge was Povitica, hosted by Jenni of The Gingered Whisk. Povitica is a traditional Eastern European Dessert Bread that is as lovely to look at as it is to eat!
|all rolled out on...yes...my bed sheet.|
De. Lish. Us.
|rolled up! look how long it is!|
|two tubes of goodness nestled in their loaf pans|
Full disclosure: this recipe makes four loaves. Four. You'll say to yourself, "Self, there's no way my partner and I can (or should) eat four loaves. I'll make a half-recipe."
And then, dear reader, you'll take one loaf to a party, and keep one for yourself, and that one lonely loaf will be gone and while you're still licking the sticky filling off your fingertips you'll be saying to yourself, "Dang it, Self. You should have made all four."
Because we all know, dear readers, bread is like lasagna. Just as easy to make more as it is to make one.
Let this be a lesson to you: make. all. four.
|Mouth-watering close up|